Mindfulness

Book Review: Counterclockwise by Ellen Langer

  COUNTERCLOCKWISE: A proven way to think yourself younger and healthier Ellen Langer has to be one of my favourite researchers, psychologists, writers, and people.  I love her work and she is an amazing person.  To sit down with her over a peppermint tea (me) and martini (her) was a delight. […]

By |2019-04-17T10:09:41+10:00November 7th, 2018|Comments Off on Book Review: Counterclockwise by Ellen Langer

Mindfulness v Mindlessness: The Art of Noticing New Things

This is a new lens on the mindfulness practices that arose from contemplative traditions, which typically involve training the mind to focus by resting awareness in one place for an extended period.

By |2019-04-17T11:26:06+10:00May 2nd, 2017|Comments Off on Mindfulness v Mindlessness: The Art of Noticing New Things

Divided attention: How to be more mindful about multitasking

Our brains simply aren’t wired for multitasking, no matter how much our technologically frenetic workplaces and lives demand it. So says a long line of research and popular articles. Being bombarded with an unrelenting stream of information actually makes it harder to pay attention, take in new information, solve problems and perform at our cognitive [...]

By |2019-04-17T14:24:12+10:00May 10th, 2015|Comments Off on Divided attention: How to be more mindful about multitasking

Positive 2012: Updates from the forefront of positive psychology in Australia

  Positive psychology was in the spotlight at the 3rd Australian Positive Psychology and Wellbeing Conference. […]

By |2019-04-17T16:36:26+10:00April 16th, 2012|Comments Off on Positive 2012: Updates from the forefront of positive psychology in Australia
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